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I need to interview somebody who was born between 1945 and 1953 to find out what was going on in his or her life at the time of the following events:
-The Civil Rights March on Washington, where Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his "I have a dream speech" (August, 1963)
-The JFK Assassination (Nov, 1963)
-The Beatles appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show (Feb, 1904)
-The TET Offensive in Vietnam (Feb, 1968)
-The first landing og a man on the moon (July, 1969)
-The Woodstock Music and Art Festival (August, 1969)
-The Kent State protest and shootings (May, 1970)
During the 1960s, to what extent did that person support or oppose American involvement in the Vietnam War? For what reasons did you hold that position?
In order to be able to finish my assignment I need to be able to answer these questions about that person:
When and where he/she was born?
What is his/her education background? Did he/she attend college in the 1960s? Does he/she hold a college degree? What kind of work does he/she do today? Did he/she involve in the antiwar and hippie movements of the 1960s?
In what ways he/she connected to above events?
Where had he/she stood regarding American involvement in the Vietnam war? What reasons did he/she give for their position?
Explain in three ways in which he/she is connected with the 1960s (however, from you information I can do this part myself).

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You have asked for an interview with someone born between 1945 and 1953. This woman lives in Alberta Canada and was born in 1950. She has asked that I not use her name for reasons of confidentiality. She has answered all of your questions to the best of her ability and recollection. I hope this helps you with your assignment!

what's your role in making history of 1960s?
Posting: I need to interview someone who was born between 1945 and
1953 to find out what was going on in his or her life at the time of the following events:

The Civil Rights March on Washington, where Martin Luther King, Jr.,
delivered his "I have a dream speech" (August, 1963)

At this time of my life, I was thirteen years old. I was not particularly interested in world affairs. I have some recollection of adults discussing it but I do not recall it being discussed in class at school. I was attending a private catholic all girl's school at the time. Also, it is easy to confuse the aftermath of this famous speech which continues to impact people today. I'm abundantly familiar with its impact but unfortunately do not recall any lasting impression it left on me at the time of its release.

The JFK Assassination (Nov, 1963)

The JFK assassination was very impactful. Only a few months later than King's famous speech, it left an indellible mark in my mind. I was in the classroom with my grade seven colleagues. All my ...

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This solution is a real life interview with a woman who was born between 1945 and 1953. She answers questions about what was going on in her life during some important global events of that time. These events include:

-The Civil Rights March on Washington, where Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his "I have a dream speech" (August, 1963)
-The JFK Assassination (Nov, 1963)
-The Beatles appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show (Feb, 1904)
-The TET Offensive in Vietnam (Feb, 1968)
-The first landing og a man on the moon (July, 1969)
-The Woodstock Music and Art Festival (August, 1969)
-The Kent State protest and shootings (May, 1970)

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